Dmitry Medvedevthe: Ekaterina Shtukina / RIA Novosti
Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev announced the cancellation of 3 500 Soviet laws in the framework of the so-called regulatory guillotine. It is reported TASS on Monday, January 13.
“In the near future will have a document of almost 3 600 acts of the Union government level,” — said Medvedev at a meeting with Deputy Prime Ministers.
Earlier Monday it was reported that Medvedev signed a decree about cancellation since January of the current year 1 259 obsolete government regulations.
According to him, this is done to reduce the administrative burden on entrepreneurs because of the “often totally absurd in the modern conditions of regulations”.
Medvedev also noted that reform must be approached intelligently. According to him, it is not necessary to cancel documents, which provides various benefits.
The “regulatory guillotine” — legislative reform for the abolition of the outdated and irrelevant legal acts.
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